surviving Mk1s

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and another (now 318 and 4 unknown but seen ) this one is 115/3085
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HI Steve,

I have found that 116/2857 a manual Mk1 REG REA300F is alive & well in N.Devon.

I will forward photos from the owner when i get them.

It's have a full restoration and is currently on a rotisserie having the body sorted.

Chassis book states it was fitted with a 2.88:1 axle

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Thanks Pymmie

I only have the fact that it was around, must update the data info for readiness of other info and a few photos.
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324 :) new one seen on Facebook and possibly for sale in Spain- briefest of info and one photo plus a couple of updates/sales.
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Saw this one in Helsinki last week. Swedish plates. I could not get the chassis number.
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http://www.joc.org.uk/Interceptor_Mk_1/115_3339.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Last heard of Dec 2014.
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325 :D

the Bicester one recently sold has been identified as 115/3276 and 117/2582 is shown as for sale
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Just updated the Survivors site including another 70 photos of work done on 115/3477 which is for Sale
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Saw this at Enfield show today, currently for sale.

115/2883
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That will be a new survivor. Or is it? Do you ( or anyone else) have any more photos or information? I take it the car was not driven there :D


Edit just checked my email and seen the additional photos. Love the comment " and the engine is spread liberally around the engine bay".
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RAP72 wrote:That will be a new survivor
So I gather from checking the survivors list - I'm delighted! I made sure to check the data plate.
I wish I'd asked how much he wanted for it now, just out of curiosity.
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Is this one on your list, Steve?

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I don't recognise it, although I do have a few listed in a similar colour. Do you have the chassis number or registration :D
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RAP72 wrote:That will be a new survivor.
It doesn't look like it has survived much to me :!: :cry: :cry:
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where is it ?
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